community won't soon forget t. tonight, clear skies. has been one year since a six- very comfortably cool night. foot water main burst. actually chilly. about 48 to 57 downtown. this is video of the chaos, one year ago. sunny, pleas apts. wjz is live now in dundalk. beautiful -- pleasant. beautiful. just like today. and it's pretty close to normal and jessica kartalija visits those areas affected and tells for the last few days of us how they rebuilt. >> reporter: that's exactly summer, actually. right, denise. it took 2 1/2 hours to get that >> although, unofficially, summer ended september for us. water main shut off. and that was just enough time meteorological summer, that is. to do quite a bilt of damage to -- bit of damage to area homes >> that's right. we go the 21st. and businesses. >> next wednesday afternoon. >> reporter: horrible. >> okay. it was horrible. >> i'll mark my calendar. still to come on wjz it was like as if it was maybe eyewitness news. a dinosaur walking around over salmon. why a government decision could the houses. >> reporter: donna chetlet vividly remembers the day when put genetically-engineered fish her front yard turned into a rushing river. on your table. why iran's president is in >> i kept saying, it's the mississippi river. new york today. don't ask, don't tell. it's the mississippi river. the big showdown. i don't know. and some ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, it just was the biggest i've ever seen. >> reporter: donna was one of the luckier ones in dundalk, after a 72-inch water main broke, flooding neighborhood streets.